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The team was suspicious of our vintage blue suitcase and oddly small gear box. Why were they there? We werent around to explain. Might they contain some kind of explosive devices? They moved our stuff to the woods.More »
Theres not much more to it than the name suggests: Some of us drink beer, most of us sing hymns, and the main thing is, we get together, renew old friendships, make new ones and try to find a sense of human solidarity in this age when its easier to stay home and watch Netflix or pretend that social media is really social.More »
Love him or hate him, but dont confuse Mark Driscoll with a religious innovator. Thats Driscolls wicked geniusto mask your great-grandfathers us-and-them religion with an edgy faade.More »
"Its not like a building should be only used by its members. So thats been a really open process that a lot of other churches are starting to see." -- Nathan Marion of Lonely Buildings and the Fremont Abbey Arts CenterMore »
For us Westerners, free speech is sacred. We cherish it with a kind of religious zeal. Censorship burns us, like, say, the thought of Muslims in the Duke Chapel tower burns Franklin Graham or those anonymous ghouls who threatened campus leaders over it.More »
The worst thing a cop has ever done to me is give me a speeding ticket I deserved. The system doesnt threaten me because the system was built to protect me from others.More »
My youngest and I helped art teacher Malcolm Goff haul his pieces into the school. I noticed one of them had an inscription, In honor of Michael Brown. It showed a young black man with his hands raised up in defense, his eyes and mouth wide with fear. Do you think its too political for elementary school kids? Malcolm asked me.More »